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Major Activities and Associated Benefits: (continued)

used part or all of their Title II-C funds to preserve fragile and dete-
riorating research materials. Seventeen percent of the funds awarded
($1,044,973) were spent for this activity.

o Development of specialized col 1ections . Centralized collections of rare
or specialized materials facilitate research. In FY 1984, $428,255 went
to support collections of the personal papers of eight modern writers,
Russian emigrt imprints, Gilbert and Sullivan autograph and manuscript
documents, Melanesian Studies, New Hampshire publications, and African
Studies materials.

^* Plans for Program Improvement and Recommendations for Legislation

The Administration requested no funds for this program for FY 1985.

E.  Supporting Studies and Analyses Cited in Section C:

F.  Other Supporting Data:


No studies related to this program are currently in progress.

Contacts for Further Information

Program operations: Frank Stevens (202) 254-5090

Program studies: Arthur S. Kirschenbaum (202) 245-8307ffectiveness: